2023 Nascar at COTA Tickets
Everything is Bigger in Texas! That certainly goes for the Nascar races in Texas, as the famous race track in Austin, the Circuit of the Americas (COTA), joins Texas Motor Speedway to host the Nascar at COTA Races. The 3-days of Nascar racing in Austin will take place in the Spring, since the Formula 1 Race (the US Grand Prix) takes place at the track in the Fall.
Race fans will be treated to a full compliment of racing at COTA, which starts on Friday with the Truck Series race. The Saturday race will feature a handful of the top drivers in the Xfinity Series race (which is shorter in distance than the main race). Then Sunday is the big day for fans, as the top Nascar drivers will compete on the COTA track in the Cup series race. Fans attending the races will want to also check out options for Nascar at COTA Parking Passes, which can make it easier to get and from the track on race day.
Expect demand for Nascar at COTA tickets to be strongest from fans who want to sit near the unique elements on the track, which include Turn 1 at the top of the front stretch. Turn 1 tickets will offer an excellent view of the cars coming up front straightaway and then positioning to make the hairpin turn at the top of the hill. Also tickets located in the sections for Turns 12-19 will be very popular, as those Turns are a series of big corner turns on a switchback that brings the drivers back to the main straightaway. The Main Grandstand tickets are among the best, premium seats offered at COTA. The Main Grandstand tickets will offer a view of that main straightaway and the Nascar pits across the track. The cheapest tickets for Nascar at COTA will likely be the General Admission seating on the Grass Berm in the middle of the track. There will be plenty of popular seat locations for this race, so make sure you shop our large selection of options for Nascar at COTA.
Nascar Race at Circuit of the Americas
The race track that Nascar will race at in Austin is as famous for its design as any track in the World. The Circuit of the Americas (COTA) course will be unique for a Nascar race in that it has a series of hair pin turns, elevation changes and multiple wide straightaways. The setup for Nascar at COTA is very different from many of the tracks on the 2023 Cup Series which are primarily Ovals.
The best Nascar drivers will be put to the test in Austin as they navigate this counter-clockwise track full of hairpin and blind turns. The course is just under 3.5 Miles, so the main Cup series race will be run at 68 laps, which is approximately 231 miles. The Friday Truck Series Race and Saturday Xfinity Series Race will be shorter, with 41 and 46 laps respectively. Nascar fans are going to love watch their favorite drivers navigate this 20-turn racetrack in Austin. Expect huge demand for Nascar at COTA tickets, as there are many racing fans across the South who plan to make a trip to COTA to see his unique Nascar race.